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Messed up channels.

I have COX Cable along the Florida coast. I am unable to get channels 7 and 12 and there's one other lower number channel. The sound is there, it's snowy and has snow noise over the sound of the shows. I've checked the cables lines, but Cox says they are okay. This also affects another TV with standard cable. Thanks for your attention.

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Re: Messed up channels.

Have the cable company check your cable.thier signals are not comming into your house properly it is weak.good luck.

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When you to to "manual" tuning, and you select "4", then you may receive this channel, and assign it to any number you choose between 0 and the max presets possible. (mosly 99). After storing, you can choose another "channel ". It is also possible to choose in H or S. H are the regular B1, BIII, UHF channels. (rsp. 2-12, 21-69). The S band contains frequencies in between and above these bands.
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Hi...juz wanna know wat wud be d possible solution

You don't say whether you use an antenna or cable company. If you use an outdoor antenna then you'll need to get a converter box to get stations now that everything is digital. If you're on a cable system and you have basic cable(no box) then you need to get in touch with the cable company.

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